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In the second edition of our online magazine we conclude our series on Voices of Harvey with an offering of poignant works on loss and longing.
waters encroach beneath two doors she watches she watches the man’s bright strings of spittle dance in the rise and fall of his snores this old man in his wheelchair who refused to leave he promised they could tolerate a
Eventually the rain increases. The tone, timbre, volume and tempo begin to beat on your roof, your windows, anything hollow you left in the drip-line.As the torrents slacken, the downspouts drum on my plastic hose housing, splatter on the flagstones
they are stamping out rumors that the flood waters carry plague. Or that you need to worry about tetanus. False. Both, don’t worry about that. Scratch one or two little things off your list. The threat of explosion from the
Cameron Maynard is a photographer based in Dallas, Texas. His work explores themes of American culture and how we choose to display them. Outside of photography, Cameron serves as nonfiction editor for Carve Magazine and teaches at
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